Syntheses of LiCoO2 for Cathode Materials of Secondary Batteries at Low Temperature

Syntheses of LiCoO2 for Cathode Materials of Secondary Batteries at Low Temperature

Lihong SuShengru Qiao Jun Xiao Ying Huang Mingzhen Wang 

Department of chemical-engineering, northwestern polytechnical university. Xi’an 710072, Shaanxi prov. china

Corresponding Author Email: 
email:hlshong@163.com
Page: 
177-180
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Received: 
5 July 2003
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Accepted: 
1 August 2005
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Published: 
31 October 2005
| Citation
Abstract: 

In this paper, it acquired an important discovery that the new Co3O4 fine particles include more O than the traditional Co3O4 particles. Synthesized LiCoO2 by the LT- solid state reaction. Experimented the factor affect the process. LiCoO2 have well-crystallized with the layered structure as proved by powder X-ray diffraction(XRD). The particles have a smaller size distribution around 100-300nm(SEM).

Keywords: 

tricobalt tetraoxygen, fine particles ,the low temperature synthesis reactions

1. Introduction
2. Experimental
3. Analysis
4. Conclusion
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